Staff Update

Monday, March 21st - Friday, March 25th

Thanks for coming to the dance!

It was such a lovely time. Thanks to those of you who were able to make it out to school! The kids loved seeing and dancing with their teachers. For those of you who weren't able to stop by, we've got lots of really fun pictures and footage of the kids for you to see! A good time was had by all.
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Week at a Glance

Monday, March 21st


  • Rosie Out
  • Melissa Haley will visit and do a demo lesson in Elm


Tuesday, March 22nd


  • Two visitors from New Orleans schools will visit in the morning: Julia Dezen from First Line Schools and Diana Turner from Bricolage Academy
  • Pascale Out 1/2 Day


8:30 - 9:30: School Tour


Wednesday, March 23rd


1:15 - 5:15: Wednesday Professional Development and Planning


Thursday, March 24th


  • Oak to Clinton Hill Library


Friday March 25th


  • NO SCHOOL- Good Friday

This Week's Events

Cafeteria Renorming

Our cafeteria practices of the new norms will happen this week. Each practice will be in a half hour slot. We've made a tentative schedule below and had to split it over two days due to cafeteria availability. If something doesn't look like it will work for you, let us know.


Tuesday Cafeteria Practice Schedule:

9:30 - 10:00: Pine

10:00 - 10:30: Oak


Thursday Cafeteria Schedule:

8:30 - 9:00: Beech

9:00 - 9:30: Elm

9:30 - 10:00: Ginkgo

10:00 - 10:30: Maple

Community Gathering Practice

We are finalizing plans for community gathering practice, but our tentative time will be at 3:00 PM on Tuesday. It's not the most ideal time, but it's one of the few slots in which the gym is available. We will practice for a half hour.

Announcements

Volunteer for Staff Outings Auction by March 23rd!: Message from Amanda

Hi all,


I'm writing to you regarding the Teacher Outings Fundraiser (as part of the FSC's

Spring Fling & Silent Auction Fundraiser on Saturday, May 7th at Littlefield--622 Degraw Street) If you're interested in participating in the Teacher Outing fundraiser, please complete the google form enclosed

with the details of your outing by 3/23.​



If you'd like to participate but need an idea, then e-mail me and I have​ many inexpensive ones that I​ can share with you. Ideas for outing​s​/experiences that ​I've seen at past
schools include a lesson for something you're an "expert" at (a sport, musical instrument, an art, a craft), a special lunch/dinner/ice cream outing, a visit to a local park, museum,​
or zoo, a trip to the movies---basically anything you already enjoy doing that you'd like to share with a child!


There is of course no obligation to participate, but we would love to have as many of you participate as possible. The money raised from these experiences being raffled off will contribute to the FSC fundraising priorities (this year, this primarily includes covering the costs of Mark Morris, Studio in a School, and New Victory Theatre, as well as many smaller scale initiatives in the areas of service, parent education/workshops, and after school scholarships).

You are welcome to sponsor an outing with just you, or to team up with another staff member. ​You would pay out of pocket for any expenses associated with your outing, so keep that in mind!


Thanks for considering taking part in this! Please send any questions or concerns my way.


Amanda


If you decide to participle, please complete this google form by Wednesday, March 23: http://goo.gl/forms/uz9fccfRPG

Children and the Community Room

We've noticed an uptick of kids being sent to the community room without adult supervision. We think that because of this, our new kitchen was damaged by paint, possibly permanently. There is a large smudge of paint on the cabinet drawer, and further paint stains on the counter. Please do not send children to the community room unsupervised, especially when cleaning up from exploration/messy projects. We'd also recommend to use the slop sink in the janitor's closet for cleaning up projects that are particularly messy or involve dark paint. See Michelle, Brooke, or Todd for keys.
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New Medicine Closet

See the picture below for the location of our new stash of medicine. There is advil, tums, sudafed, midol, and immodium. If there are any other requests, email Michelle.
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